Design Technology & Engineering Teaching Resources is the home of quality professional teaching & learning resources dedicated to Design Technology (DT) and Engineering.
In the spirit of the Society for Education and Training’s professional standard on collaboration this website was set up to share ideas with other teachers and educators in the design technology and engineering subject field.
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About the author:
@MOyebodeTeacher qualified as a Teacher of Design Technology and Engineering in July 2015 at the University of Huddersfield.
@MOyebodeTeacher‘s subject knowledge was initially obtained on his bachelors degree back in 2003 having studied BSc (Hons) in Engineering Product Design at London South Bank University. He keeps up to date with current subject knowledge by personal research and study. He is also a member of a number of organisations including the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) and The Design and Technology Association.
@MOyebodeTeacher used to be a web designer and digital marketer for over 10 years before he trained as a Teacher. He’s passionate about design, technology and gadgets. He also has a particular interest in automotive design and engineering.
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Students to investigate the role of the manufacturer. Activity based on the manufacture of Brompton fold-up bikes.
Earphones Tidy Project.
Full Project Booklet containing 28 pages to guide students through the design and make stages of the project. In Microsoft Publisher format.
Pewter Caster Jewellery Project.
Full Project Booklet containing 33 pages to guide students through the design and make stages of the project. In Microsoft Publisher format.
Phone Cradle Stand with built in Bedside Lamp Project.
Full Project Booklet containing 26 pages to guide students through the design and make stages of the project. In Microsoft Publisher format.
Hands-On with Shaper Origin Handheld CNC Router!
This is super cool: a handheld CNC router that uses computer vision to let you see exactly what you’re cutting through the bit, and compensates for any shaky hand movement with automatic stabilisation.
More at: www.shapertools.com
1) Students to investigate what effect society and culture has on the development of products.
2) Students to evaluate the effects that the developments of certain products can have on society.
3) Students to investigate that there are moral implications to be considered when designing, manufacturing and using products.
1) Students to evaluate several electrical components.
2) Students to create and solder electrical components together to form a simple circuit.